Rangers ink young blueliner and now have a complete roster.
Gary Bettman stated the league will not operate another season under the current collective bargaining agreement.
According to a report from Time Wharnsby, the New York Rangers have come to terms with RFA defenseman, Anton Stralman, on a two-year deal. The contract terms have not yet been released, but I'd assume it won't be anything over $2 million per season.
Two days after the blockbuster trade which sent Rick Nash to the New York Rangers, Nash visited New York City today for his first informal meeting with the New York Rangers organization, and the local media.
The New York Rangers announced their 2012 preseason schedule today, which will have the Blueshirts playing a total of six games, and two of which, will be in non-NHL arena's.
After some down time in Ranger land, things have picked up, and picked up quite a bit. It started with the news about Shea Weber, than with Shane Doan visiting New York, and now the supposed plan by the mastermind himself, Glen Sather.
When Jeff Halpern signed a one-year deal with the New York Rangers, a lot of fans wondered where, or how he would fit into the current Rangers system. A lot of people questioned him, at the age of 36, as to why the team was adding older players.
The New York Rangers announced yet another dept move, as they have signed free agent defenseman, Sean Collins. Just like Brandon Segal, Collins will likely head down to the Connecticut Whale where he will started next season.